MADNESS frontman SUGGS has announced an extensive UK tour for next year that will see him continue his solo 'Words & Music' series of shows in the run up to the publication of his much anticipated autobiography 'That Close: My Story' which will be published in June.
The show promises Suggs' 'unique journey through the ups and downs of an astonishing thirty-year career spanning pop music, radio television, film and the meat processing industry..'
2 - Portsmouth Kings Theatre / 3 - Chatham Central Theatre / 4 - St Albans Alban Arena / 5 - Basingstoke Anvil / 6 - Dorking Halls / 7 - Cheltenham Town Hall / 9 - Truro Hall For Cornwall / 10 - Barnstaple Queens Theatre / 11 - Weston Super Mare Playhouse / 12 - Salisbury City Hall / 13 - Hastings White Rock Theatre / 14 - Hayes Beck Theatre / 16 - Crawley The Hawth / 17 - Dunstable The Grove / 18 - Cambridge Corn Exchange / 19 - Dudley Town Hall / 20 - Telford Oakengates Theatre / 21 - Monmouth Savoy Theatre / 23 - Canterbury Marlowe / 24 - Corby The Core / 25 - Derby Assembly Rooms / 26 - Chesterfield Winding Wheel / 27 - Bradford St George’s Hall / 28 - Salford Quays The Lowry
7 - Leicester De Monfort Hall / 8 - Nottingham Theatre Royal / 9 - Reading Hexagon / 10 - Newport Riverfront Theatre / 11 - Swansea Grand Theatre / 12 - Hereford Courtyard / 14 - Peterborough Cresset / 15 - Scunthorpe Baths Hall / 16 - Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall / 17 - Poole Lighthouse / 18 - Worthing Pavilion / 20 - Harrogate Theatre / 21 - Bridlington Spa Theatre / 21 - Stockton Arc / 23 - Whitley Bay Playhouse / 24 - Durham Gala Theatre / 25 - Glasgow Pavilion Theatre / 26 - Barrow The Forum / 28 - New Brighton Floral Pavilion / 29 - Lancaster Grand Theatre / 30 - Warrington Parr Hall / 31 - Preston Charter Theatre
1 - Spalding South Holland Centre / 2 - Ipswich Corn Exchange